This project was designed to respond to the project task in which the client required an interior design made of natural materials, simple forms and colors. Office space designed in this way has to evoke client activity. In accordance with the project task, the main space is separated in to three parts: a open office, a meeting office and a CEO office. The offices are separated by glass walls with sandglass applications.
Optical shop was designed in accordance with limited budget, contemporary aesthetic and functional criteria specified by client. As a result, we designed minimalistic interior which resembles Japanese traditional architecture. Massive white walls are covered with white spaghetti curtains. These curtain walls create illusion off building the space.
Porsche is a synonym for a luxury car brand that characterizes by functionality, innovative design, technological innovation, performance and adaptability, for everyday use. Accordingly, the interior of Novi Sad showroom exceeds the limit of conventional interior design. Energy and strong character of this sport car is recognized in shape and surface materialisation. Their juxtaposition creates game of contrast in which one element emphasises the other. Furniture was chosen with particular care. It aims to convey feeling of comfort and luxury to visitors.
This showroom has the aim to present to clients materials and equipment which “Erker-inženjering” installs in their buildings. This project offers two design solutions which gives client an opportunity to see potential designing of the space. Central position in both designs has is taken up by meeting table with chairs. According to company policy, the furniture is designed using transparent glass and plastic. Lighting was designed in a way to provide optimum illumination fire for observation exhibits. The first design solution was made in a contemporary classical style. Furniture and wall materialisation were chosen accordingly. The second design solution uses construction materials like: brick, steel, wire glass, timber and facade to emphasise main company activity.
White paper is the name of an architectural concept. The answer to the task, that is, shaping of the inside architecture of travel agency in the given space. Why white paper? Whether it is used by a child, student or artist, it symbolizes the need for a thought to be explored. This resembles a need for exploration of diverse cultures, nations, destinations. It doesn`t matter which destination is in question the Sahara desert, beaches of Brazil, mountains of Serbia they all need the same approach and the best presentation possible for potential tourists. That all includes drinks, food (the kitchen is designed as a place where the guests observe the food preparation, can taste national dishes along with the drinks from all over the world),music, dance. The space is designed in a minimalistic manner. The answer to the first question (why white paper) is, hence, because white paper offers numerous possibilities.
In oder to respond to the request of new interior design of an office building basement, this project put forward “inside/outside” concept. In this case it means transformation of unattractive basement into a small closed patio which is used as a: dining room, meeting room, toilets and lobby. In accordance with the design, inside walls are made of: stone, glass, ceramic tiles in order to resemble more facade of the same building.